“In the eastern half of the United States, you either explore the backcountry as a climber or a hiker, rarely both. Given the vertically challenged terrain, alpinism takes some imagination,” write Shannon Davis and Julie Ellison. They recommend an “enchainment”—the linking together of two or more summits—that takes in Mount Colden, Mount Marcy, and Gothics. […]
(Lucy is watching a Daniel Tiger about jealousy) Lucy: I don’t like jealousy. <pause> But I do like jelly! Dad, do we have any peanut butter?!
An epic hike to see some very pretty, very rare little trout.
First round of golf with Jack And his first green in regulation. 5 wood from 120 yards.
But not here.
“We need to become more solid and get back to basics, to sharpen our manual skills and further develop them,” said Kawai, a half century-long company veteran tapped by President Akio Toyoda to promote craftsmanship at Toyota’s plants. “When I was a novice, experienced masters used to be called gods, and they could make anything.” […]
How did I never go looking for these before?